DALK

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DALKDeep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (corneal surgical procedure)
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This textbook contains 13 chapters on deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK), along with surgical videos demonstrating techniques (available online).
All enrolled patients attended the corneal service of San Giovanni-Addolorata Hospital, where they had undergone DALK for keratoconus between January 2007 and December 2014.
Although newer techniques such as DALK and DSEK have reduced the risk of complications and recovery periods, there is nevertheless significant convalescence required.
However, intraoperative complication rates may be slightly higher in the early stages of the DALK procedure.
Materials and Methods: The records of 54 patients for whom DALK surgery was planned and were operated for different diagnoses between March 2013 and June 2015 were retrospectively analyzed.
By tye kom daar ook eksplisiete kommentaar voor: "Die vak geskiedenis werk nie net met geskrewe bronne nie [...] Dalk moet jy dit 'n slag buite die universiteitsbiblioteek waag.
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UAE blogger sentenced to 3 years in prison Arrested in April of this year, UAE blogger Ahmed Mansour along with economics professor Nasser bin Ghaith, and activists Fahad Salim Dalk, Hassan Ali al-Khamis and Ahmed Abdul Khaleq have been sentenced to 2 to 3 years in prison.
However, he said the other men, Ahmad Khalfan bin Ghaith, Fahd Salem Mohammed Salem Dalk and Nasser Hassan Ali Al Khamis, who are also Emirati, and Ahmad Abdul Khaleq Ahmad, who is stateless, had only been found guilty of insulting the Rulers.
First accused Ahmed Mansour Ali Abdullah Al Abd Al Shehi was sentenced to three years, while Nasser Ahmed Khalfan bin Gaith, Fahad Salim Mohammed Salim Dalk and Hassan Ali Al Khamis, all Emiratis, received two years in jail.
The other four -- Nasser bin Ghaith, Fahad Salim Dalk, Hassan Ali al-Khamis and Ahmed Abdul Khaleq -- were sentenced to two years.
Blogger Ahmed Mansoor and bin Gaith, who lectures at the Abu Dhabi branch of the Sorbonne University, were detained in April along with activists Fahid Salim Dalk, Hassan Ali Khamis and Ahmed Abdul Khaleq.